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chilling details about a self-confessed killer. recently taken into custody in south carolina, todd kohlhepp was arrested after a missing woman was found chained inside a metal shipping container. his criminal history began here in arizona back in the 1980's. he was convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl at that nicole garcia spoke with the attorney who represented kohlhepp back in that time. she joins us live now. >> reporter: in 1987, when todd kohlhepp attended mcclintock high school, he admitted to kidnapping his neighbor and raping her. his former attorney remembers him as a deeply disturbed and troubled individual. 45-year-old todd kohlhepp was convicted for rape in 1987. now, he is a suspected serial
a long history of mental illness showing violent impulses since nursery school hitting other kids and killing a goldfish with clorox. at 15, he held his neighbor at gunpoint, put tape over her mouth and raped her. the victim's parents still live in the same home. the former attorney agonized over the details of this case. value of life. the little girl was lucky. he could have shot her. >> reporter: a valley psychiatrist diagnosed kohlhepp saying he had issues and
in the end, kohlhepp took a plea deal and served a 15 year prison sentence for sexual assault. >> you know you have someone who is really ill, really sick, but you also know if the prosecution wants to put him in prison, there is no help there. >> reporter: for what he remembers, kohlhepp's former attorney says the teenager was stoic, showed no remorse for his what he did back then. now, he is suspected of at least seven murders. authorities in south carolina have similar descriptions saying he confessed to four murders and showed authorities where to find the bodies. i'm nicole garcia, fox 10 news. new tonight at 5:00, police need your help finding this man, 23-year-old adam leap. he is charged with sexual exploitation of a minor with multiple potential victims
he was arrested back in march. he bonded out of jail last month but cut his ankle monitor and has disappeared. if you know where he is, call tempe police. one person killed in a three-vehicle crash on the loop 101. happened this morning at 67th avenue. traffic backed up for several miles and it was back to union hills. it has since reopened but it in mesa, a motorcyclist killed in a crash on the us-60. a man in his 60's collided with a van and run over by a large vehicle pulling the trailer. investigators are trying to find the second driver involved. most of the lanes were shut down but they are back open tonight. here we go.
>> in 12 hours, most of the polling places on the east coast will begin opening. millions of americans will cast their ballots. >> both hillary clinton and donald trump have been campaigning for more than a year, you know that. marc pharpblz joining us live with how both candidates will spend their last day on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton had four campaign stops, two in michigan, one in pennsylvania and one in north lady will join her in philadelphia along with bill clinton and her daughter chelsea. bruce springsteen and bonn -- bonn bon jovi will join her. clinton told supporters that tomorrow's election is about choice. >> it's between strong and steady leadership or a loose
at risk. it is between an economy works for everyone or one that is even more stacked for those at the top. >> reporter: donald trump holding five events in five different states, florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and his final campaign stop will be up here with his running mate mike pence in grand rapids trump continued to hammer christian on the use of a private server. >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt person to ever seek the always of the presidency of the united states. she threatened national security. she sold her office to the highest bidder and to cover her tracks, she deleted 33,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena. >> reporter: take a look at
associated press is projecting this race. states in blue are solid or leaning clinton, the red are solid or leaning trump. arizona is predicted it is leaning trump. she will have the 270 electoral votes needed to win so even if trump picks up every tossup state, he would not sister enough to reach 270 so right now, the math is stacked against trump but we will see how this works out tomorrow. fox 10 news. we are hours until the big day. you want to keep it here on fox 10. live coverage begins at 2:00 p.m. on fox 10 facebook. our coverage on air begins on fox 10 news at 5:00. >> while we're in the midst of the wild election, some people in washington are planning for the inauguration. this is what it looks like outside of the white house.
a tradition started by president ronald reagan. officials in oklahoma still assessing damage after a big earthquake hit over the weekend. this was a surprise. it was a measured 5.0 quake that hit in cushioning, oklahoma. three dozen buildings have cracks in what the being described as substantial damage. no injuries reported. >> i swear it looked like the sealing was going to colps me. the walls were shaking and the ceiling was moving. >> scientists have linked oklahoma increase in earthquakes to the undergrounds disposal of wastewater and oil and gas production. still ahead, another reason to get a good night's sleep. a new break through for the possible search for the vaccine
remains the same, always watch your kids around water. a valley family dealing with an unthinkable tragedy after their 4-year-old drowns in a pool. linda williams is live with the story. >> reporter: what a tragedy, kari. saturday morning, this little boy and his sibling were exploring the house and he found a way to climb out of the window leading to the back 4-year-old richard wilkin was home with his dad and older sibling. the little boy managed to open a window inside his east mesa home and climb outside to the backyard. >> there was a couple of people home at the time. dad may or may not have been on the couch, perhaps taking a nap when the little person got out.
parents to tell the doors are locked and it sounds like they were. this little boy still found a way to get out. >> reporter: no one saw richard get out of the house. several moments later when his father went looking for him, he found him in the backyard pool unresponsive. despite all efforts to save him, richard passed away at a mesa hospital. first responders are putting out the grimmest of reminders about children and water. >> things happen quickly. we need to have different layers of protection, locked doors, locked windows, maybe multiple layers of supervision. things can still go wrong but we do our best. >> reporter: so far this year, according to the children's safety zone, 16 children under the age of 5 have drowned in maricopa county. first responders remind us just
doesn't mean the cool isn't a magnet for kids. kids are just drawn to that water. they want people to check their barriers and make sure the kids don't have access. of course, keep an eye on them. i'm linda williams, fox 10 news. a study that took nearly 25 years to complete proving skimping on sleep in midlife could negatively impact your life in old age. men who slept fewer than 48 hours a week were in worse physical shape than old men than their peers who had healthier sleep habits. the combining working hours and short sleep creates a stressful lifestyle. federal health officials are about to start testing a vaccine
it includes particles that will not replicate in human as a disease. scientists are getting ready to launch trials with the vaccine but there is no word on when it will be ready for public use. >> it ramps up your own immune system. a little trouble for crews transporting the christmas tree. a new study shows cash is king. >> reporter: how about this, john and kari, there is a new manager in town. what is going to be different this time around for the arizona diamondbacks? you will hear from the new
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frequently used payment by consumers. cash was used in one-third of transactions, including bill payments and surprisingly millennials used cash the most. wall streak workers can expect a smaller bonus check. the shrinkage reflects a slowdown in mergers and companies going public. however, employees at firms such highest paid americans. the average salary is $350,000 last year. so what happened today on wall street? the market had its best day in weeks. dow jones soaring 371 points, nasdaq up today. the jump credited to the f.b.i. saying newly discovered e-mails did not warrant an investigation against hillary clinton and that
>> reporter: this was a big day for your arizona diamondbacks. the team intro us dos its third manager in four years. this is mike hazen's guy. he played for several different team, broke into coaching with the blue jays, bench coach for the red sox. you are looking at the new g.m. mike hazen. he grinded out a career in baseball. he credited it to guys like sparky anderson who he played for when he was playing as an infielder and john ferrell when he spent time with boston and terry francoa. he brings passion and leadership to the diamondbacks. it is another new chapter about to begin and he will navigate as the team's field manager.
and we want the big picture to be a good big picture but never looking beyond the moment. we have to take care of today, right now. we have to establish a culture here. we're going to go out and compete every night and at the end of the day, we're going to say we're a little bit better than you because we won this game. if it didn't work out that way to our advantage, we're going to evaluate where it went wrong and get after >> reporter: over to hoops, devin booker creating a buzz. he is putting up points. he scored 38 against new orleans. he is averaging 23 points a game back-to-back games. puts up 38 against the pelicans and 39 last night against the lakers. got that quick release. he has worked on his offense. look at the use of his body. you know it is going well when you drop it and it goes off of
is when you know your shooting percentage will kick up a notch. the way his aggressiveness and he has range. the three ball shooting over 44% from te field. watch again how he uses the left hand off glass. booker impressive. he is the new face of the franchise and 38 points and 39 points in consecutive games. >> i missed a lot of clutch shots but misses make you better. i just stay with confident. my team had the confidence in me to take the shot. when someone has the confidence in you to take the shot, it makes it easier on yourself. >> reporter: we'll go back on my facebook page sports night after dark and get into the hiring of teri lovell cardinals get back into practice
at phoenix stadium. the top selling jersey belongs to ezekial el elliot. he beat out carson wince and tom brady, third. dak prescott is colin kaepernick slipped down to 15. many consider "the godfather" the greatest movie ever made but not own one list. the film they selected coming up. i really did save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with geico. i should take a closer look at geico... geico has a long history of great savings
? what is the greatest movie of all time? now, that i gave you time to think about it, according to the website meta critic, which is a comply police -- comply allegata bunch of critics, it with "boyhood." >> reporter: two hollywood stars in the valley urging people to vote. their message to arizonans as we head into election day. plus, liz kotalik tells us about tv programming being offered at children's phoenix hospital when the news continues in two minutes. he's more hardco. you can both adjust the bed for the best sleep of your life. right now save $500 on the queen cse mattress with sleepiq technology.
i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily
star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
first tonight at six first tonight at 6:00, a 15-year-old boy is under arrest accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside her home. police tell us that teenager had a weapon early this morning. yesterday morning that is, when he went into the house where she was sleeping. she woke up to find the teen standing over her bed. he was wearing black clothing with a black cloth over his face. a neighbor called 911 to report a burglary at a secon apartment. officers captured the teenager after he was seen looking through windows of a home. the teen had gotten into several homes by cutting the screens and opening their windows. investigators are asking anyone who may be a victim to come forward. phoenix police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash. they say a man on a motorcycle hit the back of a car at third street and osborn in phoenix. that man died in the collision. officers are investigating how
it is down to the finish line in the race for the white house as america decides if hillary clinton or donald trump will be our next president. election day is tomorrow. both campaigns making a final push to get your vote. nationwide, 45 million people have cast their ballots with a rising turnout from latino voters. in maricopa county, more than a million ballots have been turned in. more other party voters have cast their ball -- ballots. >> reporter: there are 724 polling places in maricopa county in tomorrow's election. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. there might be lines at times so bring your patience with you. if you plan to vote in person,